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A booklet is a promotional sheet product. Its main feature is the presence of folds that allow you to turn a piece of paper into a kind of small book describing goods, services or events. The number of such folds depends on the amount of information that you would like to convey to your potential clients, as well as the size and number of photos or pictures.
Pros and cons of booklets
The akcijas buklets have a number of significant advantages, including:
Low manufacturing cost. The development of design and printing of such products will cost entrepreneurs much less than, for example, installing a beating board or advertising banner . It should also be noted that with the right approach, booklets can become almost more effective means of promotion in comparison with expensive outdoor advertising tools.
Accessibility and simplicity. Ordering brochures is extremely simple, you just need to contact a printing house or an advertising agency.
Speed. Of course, it will take some time to develop the design. However, as a rule, booklet creation and printing companies guarantee their customers a high quality product in the shortest possible time. Distribution of brochures also does not take much time, especially if you already have experience working with promoters and know in which organizations you can post your advertising products.
Compactness. As mentioned earlier, brochures are products with multiple folds. Their format allows you to hide them in any convenient place - in a bag, notebook or even in your pocket.
Multifunctionality. Booklets are used to promote a wide variety of goods, services, and cultural events.
Easy to read. Booklets not only make it possible to create multi-page material without stitching, but also allow information to be divided into blocks or stripped, which simplifies the process of perception.
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